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[Update] Deadline Extension - Interface 2013: Creative and Critical Approaches in the Digital Humanities May 3-5
full name / name of organization:
Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture
Call for Papers (Updated Deadline: March 11, 2013)
Interface 2013: Creative and Critical Approaches in the Digital Humanities
The digital humanities explores how emerging digital forms of scholarly inquiry and new ways to assess and to organize knowledge transform the creative and critical methods humanities scholars use to approach their objects of study. Thoughtful in play, interdisciplinary in engagement, utopian in spirit, transformational in intent, digital humanists “imagine new couplings and scalings that are facilitated both by new models of research practice and by the availability of new tools and technologies” (The Digital Humanities Manifesto 2.0).
The goal of this conference is to highlight the variety of digital approaches, both creative and critical, praxis and theory-based, that scholars are bringing to bear on traditional concerns across the humanities. In addition to traditional conference presentations, organizers are planning a number of workshops on game development and digital tool exploration. A selection of papers may be published in an edited collection following the conference.
Possible topics may include:
- Game studies
Keynotes: Dr. Geoffrey Rockwell, University of Alberta, Professor in the Humanities Computing Program and Department of Philosophy, and Dr. Stephanie Boluk, Vassar College, Media Studies postdoctoral fellow
Interface 2013 Special Events:
Please email a title and 250-300-word abstract to email@example.com with the subject “Interface 2013 proposal submission.” Submissions should be in Microsoft Word (.doc) or Rich text (.rtf) formats. Conference presentations should be no more than 15 minutes in length.
Deadline: March 11th, 2013
Please ensure that the following information is included in your proposal.
Interface 2013 is part of an annual series of graduate student-run conferences presented by the Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture (ICSLAC) at Carleton University. ICSLAC is an interdisciplinary culture studies department that houses the PhD in Cultural Mediations.
This conference is supported by: